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January 12, 1965 March 03, 2021
January 12, 1965 -- March 03, 2021

Christopher Warren Carman

Christopher Warren Carman unexpectedly went to be with the Lord on March 3, 2021.  He was born Jan 12, 1965 in Fort Wayne, IN, the son of Robert and Arlene Carman.  He is survived by his wife, Ellen and son, Louis of Carrollton, TX; his mother, Arlene (Cookie) of Spring, TX; sisters Amy and Rene; brothers Eric and Todd; numerous nephews, aunts, uncles cousins and friends.  Chris was preceded in death by his father, Robert.


Chris was a graduate of Texas State University at San Marcos.  He was a renaissance man with careers in law enforcement, sales and customer service.  Chris was an animal lover and had trouble resisting a dog at animal control as witnessed by his rescuing 3 dogs much to the surprise of his wife and delight of his son.


While Ellen and Louis were the love of his life and his primary focus, he enjoyed reading and was a WWII history enthusiast.  He really enjoyed watching the Dallas sports teams.  Chris enjoyed talk radio and was always up for a spirited political discussion.  Twice he was heard on national talk radio receiving recognition for his participation.  Chris was always quick to help others.


A celebration of life service is scheduled for 11:00 am, Friday, June 4, 2021 at All Saints Catholic Church, 5231 Meadowcreek Dr, Dallas, TX (corner of Meadowcreek and Arapaho).  An inurnment is planned for later.


In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to North Texas Food Bank or All Saints Catholic Church. 


Connie Dockendorf April 27, 2021

Friend N. Las Vegas , Nevada

I am very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Rose Sybrant May 03, 2021

Friend of Ellen Plymouth , Minnesota

My heart is with Ellen and her son in these difficult times. I am so sorry for your loss. It feels like words just aren’t enough.

Tom Snyder June 04, 2021

Friend/ work colleague Ocoee , Florida

Dear Ellen and Carmen family My wife Betty Jo and I extend our sincere condolences for the great loss of your husband, brother, and son. Chris and I shared much with each other while working together , he was most proud of his family. Ellen, he loved you so dearly and beamed with joy and delight speaking of Louis , I never saw a happier man. A honest, caring, kinder man I have never known. We are saddened he was called home so soon and we keep him and you all in our prayers. With love- Tom, Betty , Madeline and Dylan, The Snyder family